The safety of your children is our top priority. At Barley Hill Primary School, children are encouraged to use the internet - but to do so safely. We believe the internet is an indispensable tool that widen's children's learning and improves their life skills. In order to ensure children stay safe on-line, we have termly e-safety weeks and embed e-safety learning in all aspects of the curriculum.
Please click on the links below to see copies of E-Safety presentations and to view useful resources:
Safer Internet Day 2022 - Letter for parents
Useful information from the Thame Neighbourhood Policing Team:
Primary Newsletter for Parents and Carers - Gaming and Online Friendships
Primary Newsletter for Parents and Carers - Chatting, Making Friends and Being Kind
Primary Newsletter for Parents and Carers - Sharing Personal Information
Primary Newsletter for Parents and Carers - Sharing Pictures and Videos
E-Safety Assembly Presentation
Information & Online Resources
Supporting Young People Online
To view our E-safety policy, please click on the link below:
Please click on the link below to access the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) website:
Please visit the websites below which give invaluable information and resources regarding staying safe online. (Disclaimer: These are all external sites, please view the resources first to check they meet the needs of your particular family).
If your child is in Year 1 or 2 (Key Stage 1), they can join Lee and Kim on their magical animal adventures.
If your child is in Year 3, 4, 5 or 6 (Key Stage 2), they can join in the fun at the cybercafe whilst learning how to stay safe online.
Your child can go an adventure with Kara, Winston and the SMART crew to learn more about how to stay safe online.
Net Aware: Parents and young people review kids' social networks, apps & games - Your guide to the social networks your kids use.
Fortnite: all you need to know: News Page| Net Aware
Additional E-Safety Resources:
Child Safety and Cyber-flashing
If you have any concerns regarding e-safety, please speak to your child's class teacher or Mr Brown who is the E-safety Co-ordinator.